Her third album, Pines, is an odd, anthropomorphic fable about a tree pining for the chance to make a life of its own choosing, which suggests she may have spent too much time among the giant redwoods; but it's beautifully presented in an absorbing blend of acoustic guitar, piano, cello, and the occasional tint of vibes or ambient colouration, all carried along by the inventive jazz drumming of the omni-talented Jonathan Wilson. Sometimes you have To jump you have To take flight Sometimes you've got to fight for all you're worth. And it broke my heart So many parts Scattered seeds Turned into a forest in my tracks. Things grow towards the light Looking to find what they are looking for And grasses grow high In pursuit of the sky Like those who've come before Now and evermore. The album was released in the United States on October 9, 2012 and in the United Kingdom on January 28, 2013 through. While the natural world has always served as a backdrop for her hypnotic blend of folk, art rock, and indie pop, it's never been given the whole stage with which to strut and fret its hour, but the appropriately titled changes all that, offering up 13 meditations on biology and topography that stem from the artist's concerns about the speed of life in the 21st century.
Things grow towards the light Looking to find what they are looking for Grasses grow high So have I Looking for something more Now and evermore. Inspired by a sojourn to the redwoods and Washington's Cascade mountains, , which is accompanied by a companion e-book and short animated film, follows the story of a tree that's been given the gift of free will. But then the test Is how to let yourself be still Staying doesn't always have to hurt. . Such a fanciful idea would veer dangerously close to twee in lesser hands, but 's expressive voice both sonically and lyrically and her tasteful and innovative arrangements help to steer the narrative into more abstract realms than one would assume upon simply reading the press release. October 2012 Pines contains thirteen original tracks, each written or co-written by Sudol, and totals 67 minutes, 47 seconds in length.
Sudol performed the song live on on October 3, 2012. Download: Pinesong; It's Alive; Now Is the Start. Let your breath fill the empty space Where you used to keep the dead dead weight Where you stand is where you belong The place you've been looking for all along Let your breath fill the empty space Fill you up like a warm embrace Where you stand is where you belong The place you've been looking for all along, now Let your breath fill the empty space Let it fill you up till you fly away Where you stand is where you belong The place you've been looking for all along All along All along. A Fine Frenzy is the nom-de-disque of Californian singer-songwriter Alison Sudol, whose gently keening vocals invoke a strain of Pacific coastal wyrdness. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: Postmedia Network. Title Writer s Length 1.
The accompanying music video was released on November 15, 2012. Sea and sand Mountain and Stoic pine River wide and boulders on my path. . . . . .
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